High-Pressure Shock Compression of Solids III by S. K. Sikka, B. K. Godwal, R. Chidambaram (auth.), Lee

By S. K. Sikka, B. K. Godwal, R. Chidambaram (auth.), Lee Davison, Mohsen Shahinpoor (eds.)

Developments in experimental tools are offering an more and more distinctive figuring out of outrage compression phenomena at the bulk, intermediate, and molecular scales. This 3rd quantity in a chain of stories of the curent country of data covers numerous various parts. the 1st workforce of chapters addresses basic actual and chemical points of the reaction of condensed topic to surprise comression: equations of country, molecular-dynamic research, deformation of fabrics, spectroscopic tools. additional chapters specialize in a specific team of fabrics: ceramics. one other bankruptcy discusses shock-induced response of condensed-phase explosives. And a last pair of chapters considers surprise phenomena at low stresses from the perspective of continuum mechanics.

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Thus, this material has a threshold for initiation. This is necessary if this model is to be useful in investigating the effect that defects, voids, or other modifications to the molecular solid or model parameterization will have on the sensitivity of the energetic material and provide insight into initiation at the atomic level. Studies probing the effects of defects and voids on shock wave propagation and initiation are currently under way. Independent studies using this model substantiate this initiation behavior [23].

586-594 (1978). A. E. v. Shpatakovskaya, Sov. Phys. Usp. 18, pp. 648-672 (1976). [108] W. Zink, Phys. Rev. 176, pp. 279-284 (1968). H. W. T. 1. Introduction The effects of shock waves are evident in such common occurrences as the thunderclap following a lightening strike or the craters visible on the Moon [1]. Shock waves can result from or cause various physical and chemical processes. For example, shock waves can cause chemical reactions which subsequently couple with the shock wave to generate an explosive self-sustaining detonation (see, for example, Ref.

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